A good Sunday to you! After a month of glorious summer weather I feel the change in the air. Mornings are cool, leaves are starting to turn color and fall from the trees and I am ready for the new crop of apples, winter squash and pumpkins! I woke up to rain, a good thing for the garden and a reminder of fall and winter in the Pacific Northwest.
It was the first full week with the children at school. Great fun, but we were all tired by Friday. I had a birthday. The children made me a card and sang the Birthday song. Birthdays are something that my family never really celebrated, so I am very quiet about mine and always embarrassed when people make a big deal about it. This is something my friends tell me I should get over.
As for books and reading I managed to write a couple of short reviews, so seem to be over my writing block. I am excited to be reading books for R.I.P. VI including two young adult novels, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children and White Crow. And I continue to make my way through War and Peace.
I have neglected my own TBR stacks, the ones sitting on the floor around the bookshelves in the den. Maybe I should just stop going to the library.
Today we plan to go out to breakfast and visit the Farmer’s Market. What are your plans for this Sunday? What are you planning to read this week?